✓ The Ladies Of Llangollen || ☆ PDF Download by ✓ Elizabeth Mavor

  • Title: The Ladies Of Llangollen
  • Author: Elizabeth Mavor
  • ISBN: 9780141390680
  • Page: 270
  • Format: Paperback

  • Lady Eleanor Butler, a handsome, unconventional woman, was 29 when she met Sarah Ponsonby, a sensitive, retiring girl of 13 They developed an intensely close friendship, and ten years later in 1778, to the horror of their families, the two ladies eloped.
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    4.5 starsThe Blurb from the back of the book: “Lady Eleanor Butler was 29 when she first met Sarah Ponsonby, a sensitive retiring girl of 13. Ten years later the two ladies eloped. Amid scenes of scandal and havoc they settled in an idyllic cottage in Llangollen where their unorthodox relationship blossomed, and their generous, civilised way of living became a legend.” They lived together for over 50 years and were only parted by death. The story of Eleanor Butler and Sarah Ponsonby has long [...]

    An excellent book about the lives of Eleanor Butler and Sarah Ponsonby. Two 18th Century aristocratic Irish women, who ran away to Wales because they wanted to live together. They were both disowned by their families. The two women lived at Plas Newydd, Llangollen and transformed the place into the home of their dreams. Despite wanting to live quite a reclusive life, the women became quite well known and very often had visitors such as Wordsworth, Sir Walter Scott etc from the literary and polit [...]

    Sharon Terry
    This book by Elizabeth Mavor is probably the most exhaustive treatment in existence of the once-famous "Ladies of Llangollen" - two women who battled their families to allow them to escape the normal upper-class feminine fate of either marriage or a convent. They lived in the late eighteenth-early nineteenth century, the privileged offspring of two families of the Irish Protestant Ascendancy. Lady Eleanor Butler was the elder and more dominant of the two. She was regarded by her family as an ove [...]

    The Idle Woman
    The elopement was an immediate scandal. On the night of 30 March 1778, Sarah Ponsonby – then aged 23 – climbed from the window of her guardians’ house near Inistioge, County Kilkenny, dressed as a man and carrying a pistol and her pet dog. In a nearby barn, her dear friend Eleanor Butler – aged 39 – was waiting for her, having likewise escaped from her family at Kilkenny Castle. The two women were tracked down by their panicking relatives two days later at Waterford, on the brink of bo [...]

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    "It is this dark, this Gothick quality of her mind which will, increasingly, find expression in her taste. And yet what woman of sixty-seven could have a more active and interested mind? For now, in 1806, as her day-book tells us she is interested in many, many things; in fossils; makers of Aeolian harps; geology; underground passages; the choice of a new lama; witchcraft; ghosts; Egyptology; Russian dancing; a lady who purports to lay eggs; snake charmers; Tipoo Sahib; customs of the Moors; sca [...]

    Gina Barnett
    One of my most favorites

    Meg Perry
    A fascinating look at the lives of the ladies of Plas Newydd, free from embellishment or speculation about their relationship, based on their correspondence and diaries.

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